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  • Python
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL: Part 5Python
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    In the previous part of this series, we saw how to implement the Edit and Delete wish functionality for our Bucket List Application. In this part we'll implement the paging functionality for our user home list.Read More…
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    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL: Part 4Python
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    In the previous part of this tutorial series, we implemented the required functionality for a logged-in user to add a wish. We also saw how to display the wishes entered by a user. In this part, we'll implement the functionality for editing and deleting the wishes entered by a user.Read More…
  • Python
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL: Part 3Python
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    In the previous part of this tutorial series, we implemented the sign-in and logout functionality for our Bucket List application. In this part of the series, we'll implement the back end and front end required for a user to add and display bucket list items.Read More…
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    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL: Part 2Python
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    In the previous part of this series, we saw how to get started with Python Flask and MySQL and implemented the user registration portion of our application. In this tutorial, we'll take this to the next level by implementing the sign-in and log-out functionality for our application.Read More…
  • Python
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQLPython
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    In this series, we'll be using Python, Flask and MySQL to create a simple web application from scratch. It will be a simple bucket list application where users can register, sign in and create their bucket list. We'll be using Flask, a Python web application framework, to create our application, with MySQL as the back end.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Moving WordPress: Moving a Site Into a Multisite NetworkMoving wordpress
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    In the previous part of this series I showed you how to move a site out of a WordPress Multisite network. In this tutorial I'll show you the reverse—how to move a site into a Multisite network.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: Moving a Site Out of a Multisite NetworkMoving wordpress
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    In the previous part of this series on moving WordPress, I showed you how to move a Multisite Network. But what if you just want to move one site out of a network? Here's how.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: Moving a Multisite NetworkMoving wordpress
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    Earlier in this series, I showed you how to move a WordPress site in a few fairly straightforward steps. Here I'll show you how to move WordPress Multisite, which is a bit more complicated but not impossible.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: Moving Your Site ManuallyMoving wordpress
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    Sometimes the way your WordPress site is set up means you can't migrate it using a plugin. Here I'll show you how to move it manually.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Using HHVM With WordPressHhvm
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    Learn how to make your site load blazing fast by installing WordPress with HHVM on a server running on Ubuntu 14.04.Read More…
  • Yii
    Programming With Yii2: Working With the Database and Active RecordPreview2
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    How to use Yii's automated scaffolding generator to build advanced web database applications quickly and easily.Read More…
  • Email Applications
    Running Your Own Open Source Email ServerEmail
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    Whether for security, privacy, economy, control or just plain geeky reasons, iRedMail with Roundcube makes a compelling choice for running your own mail server.Read More…
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